A Chronicle of Two Creatives

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Summer in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness

So many things this year haven’t gone according to plan – mostly thanks to our good friend COVID-19. Without a coordinated national response, unfortunately we’re still trying to find a new sense of normalcy. The pandemic forced us to postpone

Ancient Lakes, Central Washington

Trail Report: Ancient Lakes in Central Washington

Since the day quarantine started, it’s become a new ritual of mine to take long walks through the neighborhood we now call home. I didn’t know much about coping with isolation, but I did know that without routine, I’m not

Trail Report: Mount Rose Summit in Winter

Planning weekend hikes in the Winter can be exhausting. “What roads are closed? What trails are impassible? Do we need route-finding abilities in the fresh snow? How snowy is it at XYZ?” It’s frustrating, and we rely heavily on user-submitted

Analogifying Your Digital Camera

In the summer of 2018, when I first got the idea for this article, I remember I had just spent over $200 on film processing. Shooting film is much more rewarding to me than shooting digital, obviously, but I honestly

36 Chances: Shooting with the Argus A2B

One notable regret I’ve had from the past few years also came with a lesson. In 2016, my interest in film photography wasn’t just rekindled, it was set ablaze and allowed to become a full-on conflagration. Seeing some part of

Film vs Digital: Enjoying Photography

Photography is often less of a hobby and more of a journey over time. Inevitable in any photographer’s journey is the endless debate of digital vs film. On the internet, the debate is commonly framed around image quality, which has